Lincoln Township - North Dakota

North Dakota

  • Lincoln Township, Emmons County, North Dakota
  • Lincoln Township, Pembina County, North Dakota

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Big Sky Conference - Member Schools - Full Members
... Bozeman, Montana Navy Blue Gold 1893 Public 14,060 $85 million 1963 North Dakota !University of North Dakota (The Fighting Sioux) Grand Forks, North ...
Cheyenne People - History
... from the Great Lakes region to present-day Minnesota and North Dakota, where they established villages ... The most prominent of the ancient Cheyenne villages is Biesterfeldt Village, in eastern North Dakota along the Sheyenne River. 1765, when the Chippewa (Ojibwe) defeated the Dakota with firearms — pushing the Cheyenne in turn to the Minnesota River, where they were reported in 1766 ...
North Dakotans
... For a more comprehensive list, see List of people from North Dakota ... Sam Anderson, actor ...
U.S. Route 81 - Route Description - North Dakota
81 enters North Dakota concurrently with Interstate 29 ... It is paired with I-29 from the South Dakota border, passing through Fargo, to the north side of Grand Forks ... It parallels I-29, passing through the town of Grafton before joining North Dakota Highway 5 near Cavalier ...
Fargo, North Dakota - In Popular Culture
... was filmed in Minneapolis and the local areas around Grand Forks, North Dakota, which served as a substitute for Brainerd, Minnesota, due to mild Minnesota weather during production ... Fargo North, Decoder was a trench coat wearing character on The Electric Company, who tried to make sense of messages with scrambled words or missing ...

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